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Old September 2nd, 2009, 11:20 AM   #701
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Scheduled Direct Cross-Strait Flights Start On 32 Routes

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Permission from the mainland Chinese civil aviation authorities has been granted to 16 airlines in mainland China and Taiwan for scheduled direct cross-strait passenger and cargo flights between the Mainland and Taiwan.

According to the "Supplementary Agreement on Cross-Strait Air Transport", the mainland has a total of 27 destinations to manage scheduled flights to Taiwan. Fuzhou and Nanchang still run charter flights to Songshan, Taipei, while the other 25 destinations have all opened regular flights to Taoyuan Airport, Taiwan.

Taiwan has two destinations for scheduled flights, Taoyuan and Kaohsiung. Songshan and Taichung will run charter flights.

There will be 32 regular routes and 14 charter flight routes between the Mainland and Taiwan. Nine passenger airlines and two cargo airlines from the mainland will run 135 regular passenger flights and 14 regular cargo flights weekly from the 27 destinations.
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China Southern Airlines Chmn: 2H Net Pft To Be Better Than 1H
10 September 2009

DALIAN, China (Dow Jones)--China Southern Airlines Co. (ZHN) Chairman Si Xianmin said Thursday the carrier's earnings in the current half will be stronger than in the six months ended June 30 due to recovering passenger and cargo demand.

China Southern, the country's largest carrier by fleet size, is also applying for fresh capital injection from the government and it hopes Beijing will offer more stimulus measures to lift the ailing industry out of a slump, Si told Dow Jones Newswires in an interview on the sidelines of the World Economic Forum.

Si also said China Southern will postpone the delivery of six Boeing-777 cargo planes by an average of one year.
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BoCom To Extend CNY15 Bln Credit Line To Air China's Parent
14 September 2009

SHANGHAI (Dow Jones)--Bank of Communications Co. (3328.HK) said Monday it will extend a CNY15 billion ($2.2 billion) line of credit to China National Aviation Holding Co., the parent of Air China Ltd. (0753.HK).

BoCom, China's fifth-largest lender by assets, said the credit facility will cover loans to finance the carrier's working capital and fixed-assets expansion, and assistance managing the carrier's treasury account.

BoCom also said it signed an agreement Monday with China's Ministry of Transport to help finance infrastructure projects, including highways, toll-roads and ports, with a preferential interest rate. The bank didn't elaborate on the rate.

As of the end of June, BoCom had issued CNY200 billion worth of loans to companies in the transport industry.
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Old September 16th, 2009, 04:39 AM   #705
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China Aug. air transport continues to improve
14 September 2009

BEIJING, Sept. 14 (Xinhua) – China's civil aviation industry posted improved results in August.

Statistics from the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) show that total transport turnover increased 7.4 percent on month and 30.6 percent on year in August.

Passenger traffic went up 7.6 percent on month and 41.6 percent on year while cargo traffic recorded an 8.6 percent month-on-month rise and an 18.1 percent year-on-year climb.

The large rises are attributed to boosted demand and an economic warm-up, seasonal factors, and low bases for comparison during the same period last year, CAAC said.

Total transport turnover, passenger traffic, and freight traffic traversing over international routes respectively soared 9.1 percent, 16.4 percent, and 7.1 percent from July.

The proportion of transport turnover on the international routes climbed up from 26.9 percent in January to 30.1 percent in August. Total transport turnover alone on the Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan routes posted the second year-on-year positive growth since April, rising 12.3 percent.

Freight traffic on domestic routes accounted for 70.2 percent of the total while international routes scratched at the remaining 29.8 percent.

The utilization rate of seats per kilometer flown came to 79.9 percent, and the daily average utilization rate of aircrafts clocked at 9.8 hours.

By the end of August, 1,349 aircrafts were registered, of which 19 were new.
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Old October 12th, 2009, 12:18 PM   #707
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Shanghai to gain third airport at Jiaxing

By Jane Chen | 2009-10-12 | ONLINE EDITION

SHANGHAI may get a third airport at Jiaxing City where a military air base will be expanded for civil flights.


The expansion, starting this year, will be completed in 2011 and enable an annual capacity of 5,500 flights, 500,000 passengers and 2,000 tons of cargo, today's Oriental Morning Post reported.


It will likely serve as Shanghai's third airport because expansion capacity remains small at Hongqiao Airport and Pudong International Airport, said Jiaxing's vice mayor Qiu Dongyao. Shanghai is expected to receive 132 million air travelers a year by 2015, he said.


A fast train could connect Jiaxing, in neighboring Zhejiang Province, to Shanghai within just 38 minutes, Qiu said.

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China's Hainan Airlines to begin service to Hawaii next year
12 October 2009

HONOLULU (AP) - China's Hainan Airlines has received approval to begin service from Beijing to Hawaii.

The U.S. Department of Transportation approved the flights, which initially will be once-a-week. The trips probably will not begin until early next year.

The airline, which is privately owned, already flies four times a week from China to Seattle.

State tourism officials are lauding the approval. They hope the flights will bring more visitors to Hawaii, where tourism has fallen sharply in the last year or so.

State statistics show that Hawaii welcomed about 10,000 visitors a year from China in the early 1990s. That jumped to almost 30,000 by 1998 and approached 60,000 last year.
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Private planes still waiting to take off

XI'AN, Oct. 20 (Xinhua) -- A red four-seater aircraft on show in Xi'an, northwest China's Shaanxi Province, draws crowds of people who huddle to pose for a photo with it.

The Cirrus SR22 GTS, owned by a businessman in Shaanxi Province, is the first private plane in northwest China, an area inhabited by 100 million people.

Chen Yilong, a real estate tycoon from Weinan City, bought the U.S.-made aircraft for more than 5 million yuan (732,440 U.S. dollars) early this year.

Chen and his aircraft were a highlight at the 2009 China International General Aviation Convention that gathered in Xi'an from Oct. 17 to 19.

Many wage earners who could never dream of owning their own aircraft basked in Chen's reflected glory.

"Even though I myself cannot afford a private aircraft, it's good to know other northwesterners can," said Xi'an resident Zhang Xiaoqiang. "Maybe in a decade or two, I'll own one, too. Who knows? I couldn't afford a car 10 years ago -- now I've got one."

Northwest China, covering Shaanxi, Gansu and Qinghai provinces and Ningxia Hui and Xinjiang Uygur autonomous regions, lags far behind the central and eastern regions in terms of economic growth.

For the new rich like Chen, however, owning a plane is one thing, but flying it is quite another. "I might not be able to fly for five years. I'm prepared for that," said Chen, 50.

China's low-altitude airspace is controlled by the Air Force and the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). Private flights need approval, each time, and the procedure takes at least half a day, making a private flight a less than enticing event.

"To avoid such restrictions, you need to buy high-performance aircraft that can easily reach high-altitudes. But they sell for at least 10 million U.S. dollars each, plus running costs of 5 million yuan a year," said Li He, regional sales manager of Avion Pacific Limited.

Last year, Li's company sold four such luxury planes to private buyers on the Chinese mainland, at more than 100 million yuan each, he said.

Inadequate ground facilities were another factor that keeps China's private plane sales and general aviation market sluggish, Li said.

"China has only 160 airports nationwide, all in big cities, compared with 19,100 general aviation airports across the United States. This is too inconvenient for private jet owners," he said.

AIMING HIGH

It is not just the rich who are dreaming of private planes.

In a remote village in Gansu Province, farmer Zhang Yuxiang keeps trying to make his own, out of a Santana car engine, three motorcycle tires and propellers blades he shaped out of wood.

While most of Zhang's flight trials have failed, Xu Bin, a farmer from the eastern Zhejiang Province, flew 20 minutes on a home-made plane three years ago. Xu's plane, made out of old car seats, home-made wings and an engine he bought over the Internet, cost 30,000 yuan.

But some daredevil, self-made pilots have ended up killing themselves, forcing the government to tighten controls over such attempts. In 2007, a student was denied approval to test fly his self-built plane.

Yet in general, China has loosened control of low-altitude airspace use for private airplanes. This year, the authorities made Guangdong Province and the northeast region trial sites for opening the use of airspace below 1,000 meters.

If successful, this will lead to the gradual opening of low-level airspace to private planes across the country.

"It's big step," said Professor Wu Tongshui, of China Civil Aviation University. "A complicated project, too, because you've got to build a complete ground radar network and a huge team of air traffic controllers to ensure flight safety."

Experts estimate China's private planes will increase, from 11 in 2006 to 2,000 in 2020.

The CAAC was encouraging overseas investment in general aviation companies and supporting individual ownership of private jets, said Liu Wanming, deputy director of CAAC's transport department, at the Xi'an convention Monday.
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Derivatives Oil Chinese Airline Profits
28 October 2009
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China's major airlines are recording profits again. For now, that's the limit of the good news.

What isn't so encouraging is that the key driver of company performance remains the ups and downs of derivatives on fuel prices: essentially bets the carriers once made that jet fuel prices would remain sky high.

China Eastern recorded a $185 million profit in the first nine months of the year. The gain on fuel-hedging instruments, thanks to rebounding fuel prices: $433 million.

At rival Air China, the industry leader, more than half of profits so far this year are from gains in its derivative positions.

But what of a pickup in passenger traffic? It's only translated to on-year revenue growth in the latest quarter. So, for example, while Air China's carried 16.9% more passengers so far this year, its revenues are down 7.8% in 2009. That suggests sales have come thanks to steep discounts.

The carriers are facing all this with still-high debt levels, a problem that's most obvious at China Eastern. Despite substantial government aid, its liabilities exceed its assets by $412 million.

Longer term, while it may seem inevitable that China's increasingly wealthy population will want to travel more by air, additional pricing challenges will emerge.

China Southern's chairman Wednesday said he expected the development of a high-speed train network in China to eat into the airlines' customer base, due to its lower prices and better safety record.

One major benefit China's leading carriers will likely retain is the support of the central government, which has channeled substantial funds into the sector in the past twelve months.

It may not be the last time it has to do so.
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China's Juneyao Air plans IPO, raising up to $290 mln

SHANGHAI, Nov 5 (Reuters) - Privately-run Chinese carrier Juneyao Airlines will start preparing for its initial public offering later this year, raising as much as 2 billion yuan ($293 million), a senior executive at its parent firm said on Thursday.

The carrier had not decided the venue of the IPO but mainland China and Hong Kong listings were both among the options, Wang Junhao, president of Juneyao Group, told Reuters on the sidelines of an event. ($1=6.826 Yuan)
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China airlines to link surcharges to fuel costs-NDRC

BEIJING, Nov 12 (Reuters) - Chinese airlines will in future set their fuel surcharges based on their fuel costs, China's top planning body, the National Development and Reform Commission, said on Thursday.

The NDRC, which previously had set a unified standard for the surcharge, said henceforth airlines would use a formula in which the only variable was their own fuel costs. The formula also uses an index that will be updated regularly, with the next update in April 2010.

The NDRC gave a formula for calculating surcharges, which was different for short-haul flights and flights of more than 800 km (500 miles).

For flights of less than 800 km, the formula is:

0.00002908 x (cost of jet fuel - 4,140 yuan/tonne) x 800

For flights of more than 800 km, the formula is:

0.00002908 x (cost of jet fuel - 4,140 yuan/tonne) x 1,500

The NDRC used to stipulate that when the cost of jet fuel was below 4,140 yuan ($606.50) per tonne, airlines should suspend collection of the surcharge.

"This practice will be continued and airlines should shoulder at least 20 percent of the increased costs," the NDRC said in a statement published on its website (www.ndrc.gov.cn).

The jet fuel cost was calculated as the weighted average of domestically purchased jet fuel and imported fuel, the planner said.

Airlines must suspend or reduce the surcharge within five days of a jet fuel cost drop, the NDRC said, adding that this was to prevent airlines from delaying surcharge cuts and to protect passenger interests.

Jet fuel accounted for about 40 percent of the total operating costs of Chinese airlines, and about 70 percent of their flights were below 800 km, NDRC said.
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Hainan Island to get its third Airport at the city of Qionghai. After the Meilan Airport at Haikou city and Fenghuang Airport at Sanya city.

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琼海市博鳌机场项目正式获民航总局批复建设

来源:海南日报 作者: 单憬岗 吴维杨 2009年11月11日

记者今天(11月10日)从省发改委获悉,琼海博鳌机场已获国家民航总局正式批复同意建设。省发改委有关负责人表示,此举意味着博鳌机场项目获重大进展。
  
据悉,博鳌机场位于琼海市中原镇,距琼海市区12公里,与博鳌亚洲论坛永久会址博鳌国际会议中心相距15公里。作为旅游大省,民航运输占海南公共运输总量的50%以上。目前,海口美兰国际机场和三亚凤凰国际机场的旅客吞吐量已接近或突破原先的设计标准,扩建或新建机场迫在眉睫。
  
博鳌是我国唯一定期定址举行的国际会议组织博鳌亚洲论坛所在地,也是国内新兴的国际会展中心和高端旅游房地产开发区域。博鳌机场建成后的一项重要功能是为每年4月举行的博鳌亚洲论坛年会服务。

http://hn.focus.cn/news/2009-11-11/792028.html
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